Palatine got a career-best 17 points from Greg Grana and had scoring contributions from 10 players in an 84-60 victory over Wheeling on Tuesday in a Mid-Suburban League divisional crossover game in Palatine.
Roosevelt Smart led the Pirates (6-4) with 23 points, and Jordan Jarrett had 10.
Grana canned three 3s; Chris Macahon finished with 8 points and Josh Baldus had 7 for Palatine.
Jeremy Stephani led the scoring effort for Wheeling (3-8) with 23 points, including five 3s.
Barrington 55, Hersey 43: The host Broncos were without senior leading scorer Brad Zaumseil due to illness, but Zach Bart tied a season-high with 20 points as Barrington scored 22 points in the fourth quarter to decide the outcome.
Scott Nelson had 9 points for the Broncos (6-5), who take a perfect 3-0 record against Mid-Suburban West divisional foes into Friday's matchup against Fremd.
Hersey (3-6) had three players with 7 points apiece: Quinn Orlandi, Michael Messer and Nick Heeren.
Conant 39, Rolling Meadows 30: The host Cougars produced a third straight impressive defensive effort, and a third straight win in improving to 5-5 overall.
Conant limited Fremd to 34 points in a victory on Friday and held Glenbrook North to 31 in the game before that.
Joey Ranallo made a pair of 3s and led the Cougars with 11 points. Robert Hudson had 8 points.
Matt and Mike Dolan both saw court time for Rolling Meadows (3-7) and combined for 16 points. Jack Milas and Brian Sabal had 6 apiece for Rolling Meadows.
Schaumburg 63, Buffalo Grove 38: Junior forward Josh Rahn scored 14 points to lead host Schaumburg (6-4) in the MSL crossover.
Senior guard Kyle Bolger added 13 for the hosts, who led throughout, including 24-14 at half.
The Saxons led 36-21 after three quarters as coach Matt Walsh played his entire roster.
Buffalo Grove is 4-6.
North Shore Country Day 54, Christian Liberty 35: The visiting Chargers were held to 5 points in each of the first two quarters in a Northeastern Athletic Conference loss. Senior David Colbert and sophomore Ben Daniel both made 3 field goals, all of them 3-pointers, for Christian Liberty.